Project Lead / Professor at Humber
Dr. Daniel Bear has been working in drugs policy since 2003 when he launched a chapter of Students of Sensible Drugs Policy while an undergraduate at The University of California Santa Cruz.
RA at Humber
Adura is a student in the Addictions and Mental Health postgraduate certificate at Humber College
Hailey Appel is a graduate of Humber's Bachelor of Creative Advertising program who worked as a Research Assistant on this project, running the EEYCC social media to recruit survey participants.
Kelsey Westall has recently graduated at the top of her class from Humber College’s Bachelor of Social Sciences degree focusing on Criminal Justice.
I am a Designer, Strategist , and Creative Advertising student.
Melanie Ebach holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Guelph in Psychology: Brain and Cognition and has recently received her Ontario College Graduate Certificate in Addictions and Mental Health from Humber College.
Professor Marilyn A. Cresswell brings a strong set of communications, project management, and research skills to the team.
Alexandra graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2020 with a BSc in Psychology and Neuroscience, with a research specialty, and a minor in biology.
Carter Mooney is a dedicated Creative Advertising student specializing in Graphic Design and Art Direction at Humber College.
Holly Wihnon graduated from Humber’s Criminal Justice degree program in 2020.
Marta graduated with honors from the Criminal Justice Program in 2021.
Vanshaj (Vee) Gandhi [Pronouns: She/They] is a mental health professional with a passion for equity and social justice.
Dr. Ashley Hosker-Field has considerable experience with all stages of the empirical research process.
Amanda is now a Copywriter pursuing her dreams in the advertising industry.
Grace joined the EEYCC Team as a research assistant in her fourth year of the Bachelor of Social Science - Criminal Justice program at Humber College.
Jennifer is a graduate of Humber’s Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Social Science program.
Lauren started working on the EEYCC project in her third year of the Bachelor of Social Science, Criminal Justice program.
Meaghan is currently in the Bachelor of Social Science – Criminal Justice program at Humber College.
Victoria graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber in June of 2021 with an honours bachelor's degree in Justice Studies and a certificate in Community Services.